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1 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable any time, any place, any path, any TM pace FLVS 2145 Metro Center Boulevard, Suite 200, Orlando, FL

2 1 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Position Statement Academic integrity, along with hiring the best and the brightest instructional staff, is one of our core values. It is one of the most important things we do as a learning organization. Done well, students will make decisions based on values that will prepare them as productive, meaningful, and ethical citizens. Students School Based Leaders Academic Integrity Parents Teachers 2

3 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Academic Integrity: An Overview Academic integrity is the cornerstone of learning at Florida Virtual School (FLVS). Because of its preeminence in all of our instruction, there are a variety of tools that we use in ensuring the integrity of student work. Among these tools are: Turnitin.com This Internet tool compares student work against a variety of databases. The FLVS Learning Management System is now integrated with Turnitin.com, and most work is automatically uploaded to the system. This database compares students work against other students work, as well as work found on the Internet. Academic Integrity Database FLVS maintains its own database of student integrity incidences or violations. This database is used to monitor the number of student integrity issues. Teacher Expertise FLVS instructors have extensive classroom experience. Their expertise is often a guide in identifying the level of originality in student work. Discussion Based Assessments Each teacher regularly conducts discussion based assessments with his or her students. These conversations occur at specific intervals as well as randomly in a course and are included in the assessment component of each course. The teacher discusses individual student work and extends the conversation to allow the student to demonstrate mastery of the content and to verify the authenticity of the student s work. Proctored Exams Each faculty member can request a proctored exam at any time for a student. All students agree to take a proctored exam when they register to take our courses. In order to complete the course the student must pass the proctored segment exam with a 60% or greater on the first attempt. Random Proctored Exams Students are randomly chosen to take a proctored exam. For more information please visit Academic Integrity Hotline/ Community members, guidance counselors, parents, and students can call or any academic integrity-related issue anonymously. 3

4 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Academic Integrity: A Student s Guide Academic integrity is the cornerstone of learning at Florida Virtual School (FLVS). What is academic integrity? Academic integrity means that all work you submit is created by you and is an original representation of your work. It means that what you submit as your work is your work. Why is academic integrity important? When you submit an assignment that is not your own original work, you represent something incorrectly. There are two issues involved: 1.) You are earning credit for learning material for which you have not demonstrated mastery. 2.) You may be violating the law. What are some examples of academic integrity violations? There are two kinds of academic integrity violations. One is plagiarism and the other is cheating. Plagiarism According to Merriam-Webster online dictionary, plagiarism is to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one s own: use (another s production) without crediting the source. Some examples are, but not limited to the following: Copying and pasting a report from the Internet and representing it as your own work Copying any other work and not properly citing authorship Cheating According to Merriam-Webster s online dictionary, cheating is defined in multiple ways. But for the purposes of FLVS, two definitions are particularly relevant: To influence or lead by deceit, trick, or artifice a: To practice fraud or trickery b: To violate rules dishonestly <cheat at cards> <cheating on a test> Some examples are, but not limited to the following: Providing questions/answers/ work to another student Receiving questions/answers/work from another student Student Broker HB 7063 Digital Learning Act signed into Law and in effect as of July 1, 2012 The bill provides that it is unlawful for any person to knowingly and willfully take an online course or examination on behalf of another person for compensation. Violators commit a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable by a term of imprisonment for up to 60 days or a fine of $500 What will happen to me if I plagiarize or cheat? A variety of consequences will be administered when you are caught cheating or plagiarizing. These consequences range from resubmission of an assignment up to expulsion from FLVS coursework for up to one year. Additionally, final grades may be rescinded if you are found to have cheated or plagiarized after the grade has been posted to your transcript. See Matrix on page 4 Failure to identify an academic integrity violation early in a course does not preclude the student from advanced consequences. 4

5 Academic Integrity: Matrix Violation( ( OFFENSE( PLAGIARISM( 1st 2nd 3rd 4th CHEATING( 1st 2nd 3rd Student(Academic(Broker( OFFENSE( 1st Learning Intervention (Example: Academic Integrity Module) Parent Contact by Teacher Learning Intervention Parent Contact by Teacher Range of Interventions Redo for between 0%-50% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes) Redo for between 50%-80% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes) Automatic Zero Redo for between 0%-50% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes) Redo for between 50%-80% credit (if multiple assignments, contact AID for possible zeroes) Automatic Zero Possible Parent Contact by Academic Integrity Department Possible Parent Contact by Academic Integrity Department Possible IL Involvement/Notification Possible IL Involvement/Notification Possible Proctored Exam Possible Proctored Exam Mandated Proctored Exam Mandated Proctored Exam Possible F Grade for Segment Possible Complete F for Segment Possible Expulsion from FLVS Possible Expulsion from FLVS Possible removal of completed course grade, if AI issue determined retroactively Possible removal of completed course grade, if AI issue determined retroactively Possible Involvement of Director(s) of Instruction Possible Involvement of Director(s) of Instruction Other as Designated by AIM 2145 Metro Center Blvd. Suite 200 Orlando, FL PLAGIARISM( Student who represents work that has been copied or pasted from a published Internet resource such as, but not limited to, Wikipedia or any source without the proper credit. CHEATING( Student who represents any other person s work or work from any source including harddrives, software, or answer banks (such as, but not limited to,yahoo Answers, Craigslist, translator services, etc.) as heir own. Examples include inappropriate soliciting answers, documented inappropriate discussions, student to student cheating, and cheating in a lab classroom. Other as Designated by AIM STUDENT(ACADEMIC(BROKER( Student who posts work to a secondary source, such as, but not limited to, Facebook, Yahoo Answers, MySpace, or shares a virtual or hard copy file of any work whether or not compensation occurs. 5

6 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Academic Integrity: An Overview for Parents Academic integrity is the cornerstone of learning at Florida Virtual School (FLVS). As such it is a non-negotiable. Because of its preeminence in all of our instruction, there are a variety of tools that we use in ensuring the integrity of student work. Among these tools are: Academic Integrity presentation at FLVS Open House Turnitin.com This Internet tool compares student work against a variety of databases. The FLVS Learning Management System is now integrated with Turnitin.com, and most work is automatically uploaded to the system. This database compares students work against other students work, as well as work found on the Internet. Academic Integrity Database FLVS maintains its own database of student work. This database is used to compare student-to-student work to verify student originality. Teacher Expertise FLVS instructors have extensive classroom experience. Their expertise is often a guide in identifying the level of originality in student work. Discussion Based Assessments Each teacher regularly conducts discussion based assessments with his or her students. These conversations occur at specific intervals in a course and are included in the assessment component of each course. The teacher discusses individual student work and extends the conversation to verify the authenticity of the student work. It is expected that the work submitted by the student will align with level of demonstrated mastery on the discussion based assessment. Proctored Exams Each faculty member can request a proctored exam at any time for a student. All students agree to take a proctored exam when they register to take our courses. Random Proctored Exams Students are randomly chosen to take a proctored exam. For more information please visit Academic Integrity Hotline/ Community members, guidance counselors, parents, and students can call or any academic integrity-related issue anonymously. 6

7 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Customer Grievance Procedures (or how to voice your concerns) Florida Virtual School (FLVS) is committed to providing personalized instruction for every student. These are our core beliefs: Every student is unique, so learning should be dynamic, flexible and engaging. Studies should be integrated rather than isolated. Students, parents, community members, and schools share responsibility for learning. Students should have choices in how they learn and how they present what they know. Students should be provided guidance with school and career planning. Assessments should provide insights not only of student progress but also of instruction and curriculum. Every staff member at FLVS is committed to providing the most engaging experience possible. However, there may be times when a student, parent, or legal guardian may have a concern. Most problems can be solved if student or parent/guardian speaks directly with the instructor or staff member involved. If a student feels uncomfortable speaking with his or her instructor, our Customer Care Representatives are available to serve you. They can be reached at (407) 513-FLVS. Our Customer Care Representatives will forward your concern to an appropriate member of our instructional support team. This team consists of School Counselors and Instructional Leaders among others. The Instructional Leader (IL) serves our students like a principal. Consequently, the Instructional Leader will make every effort to resolve your problem. In the event that a solution is not found, you (or your representative) may file a grievance. The written grievance should contain the following information: Name of the student Name of the instructor or staff member Date of the grievance, dispute, or dissatisfaction Desired outcome The written grievance should be addressed and submitted to the Instructional Leaders supervisor, the Director of Instruction, who will work to resolve the issue. The Director of Instruction will send written correspondence to the student/parent/guardian within 72 hours. In the event the Director of Instruction cannot resolve the disagreement, the grievance will be forwarded to the Chief Learning Officer or Chief Executive Officer. The decision of the Chief Learning Officer or Chief Executive Officer is final and shall be given to the customer in writing within 72 hours. The Board of Directors of Florida Virtual School will be informed when an issue arises from the grievance that may affect FLVS policy and/or community relations. Implementation of this procedure does not prevent FLVS from taking any necessary action to protect an individual from physical or mental harm, neglect, or abuse. 7

8 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Academic Integrity: Roles and Responsibilities Academic integrity is the cornerstone of learning at Florida Virtual School (FLVS). Because of its preeminence in all of our instruction, each stakeholder has certain rights and responsibilities. Students FLVS Position: Students are responsible for submitting their own, original work. Will read and sign the academic integrity statement and have the opportunity to complete an academic integrity module as part of the enrollment process Will participate in a welcome call or a course orientation that includes components of our academic integrity program Will participate in discussion based assessments, following the required FLVS protocol, as part of each course. FLVS protocol stipulates discussion based assessments are completed between student and instructor only, free of outside influence or disruptions. Are responsible for asking any questions regarding plagiarism or cheating if they are not sure Will have the opportunity to apply to participate in an ethics advisory group through an application Process and participate in academic integrity student focus groups and FLVS Open Houses Will complete all AI questions as part of the 65% survey Will take a proctored exam when asked to do so Parents FLVS Position: Parents are our partners in supporting student learning. Will review and sign the academic integrity statement as part of the enrollment process Will participate in a welcome call or a course orientation that includes components of our academic integrity program Will ensure that their student s work is authentic and original Will ensure FLVS protocol regarding discussion based assessments is adhered to Will understand the student s proctored exam requirements. Failure of a student to take and pass an exam with a proctor will result in removal of course with a failing grade Will receive, via their guardian account, various academic integrity tips from the AIM Will be encouraged to participate in academic integrity Open Houses 8

9 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Teachers FLVS Position: Each staff member has a stake in ensuring the highest standards of academic integrity. Teachers synchronize various aspects of FLVS to ensure the best possible experience for their students. Will act as a resource for student questions Will submit various assignments in the Turnitin.com database Will submit FLVS academic integrity database tickets when needed Will coordinate any academic integrity issues with the Academic Integrity team member or Instructional Leader Will verify student mastery of content through discussion based assessments and authentic assessments Will participate in any mandated trainings or staff development such as coffee chats, focus groups, or other opportunities Will include AI on announcement pages and on welcome calls Academic Integrity Manager Will act as a resource for student, teacher, or parent questions Will support teacher efforts in investigating academic integrity concerns Will coordinate with the various support positions to demonstrate, model, and coach teachers on discussion based assessments Will coordinate the remediation or discipline efforts of an academic integrity issue or concern Will coordinate the administration of proctored exams Will monitor the academic integrity database Will coordinate and host academic integrity Open Houses Will develop parent AI tips to be sent to guardian accounts 9

10 Academic Integrity: The FLVS Non-Negotiable Instructional Leaders Are responsible for supporting academic integrity in each course they oversee Are responsible for ensuring that all teachers participate in academic integrity initiatives Are responsible for supporting the administration of consequences Are responsible for providing support to the Academic Integrity Manager, Investigator, and the Instructional Staff Non-Instructional Staff FLVS Position: Each staff member has a stake ensuring the highest standard of academic integrity. Various components of support staff tasks serve this end. All support staff Are responsible for attending academic integrity bite sessions Are responsible for attending an academic integrity Open House Will participate in a welcome call or a course orientation that includes components of our academic integrity program FLVS 2145 Metro Center Boulevard, Suite 200, Orlando, FL

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